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Mikhail Ter


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hans.scherpenhuizen


@ter Technical details M67: UIC: B'2' Lenght: 10,94 m Weight: 21, 6 t.
I refer to page: http://www.nmld.nl/nl/object/1028
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hans.scherpenhuizen


Steam locomotive SSN 01.1075 is wrongly attributed on this page: https://trainspo.com/model/1139/
It is a three-cylinder Pacific, which should be incorporated on this page: https://trainspo.com/model/2114/
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hans.scherpenhuizen


https://trainspo.com/model/3514/ should be called class Da (Delta-Alpha) in stead of just 'D'.
I have not yet found an internet site to confirm this, but as you can clearly see on the bufferbeam there is another sign after the Greek D, which denotes 'Alpha".
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Mikhail Ter


@hansscherpenhuizen
According to this link http://balkanmodels.biz/forum/viewt..=6112 it should be DI. Please confirm.
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hans.scherpenhuizen


@ter I can see your point. I will investigate further. When you look at page 2 of 3 of this thread, you can see that on May 21, 2016 user GAZKGK refers to the locomotives as Delta Alpha. So I am not yet convinced. It should be two letters, in any event.
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hans.scherpenhuizen


@ter I have a book in my library called 'Schmalspurbahnen in Griechenland' by Hans-Bernhard Schönborn (1997). On page 237 I have found confirmation of your suggestion that this class is called Delta Iota, meaning Di. Ten engines were built 1951 by Breda, Italy.
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Mikhail Ter


@hansscherpenhuizen Great! Thanks for this correction.
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hans.scherpenhuizen


The locomotive on this page is advertised as an EMU. https://trainspo.com/model/5904/
Clearly, this is a GM G8 diesel locomotive which should also be attributed to this page: https://trainspo.com/series/535/
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Mikhail Ter


@hansscherpenhuizen Profile has been corrected, thanks!
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Chunxi Li


DJ3 is with Japanese tech and is not TRAXX
and ALP-46 and ALP-46A are derivations of DB 101 and not TRAXX
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Chunxi Li


prime movers of the Chinese DF4 family
DF4: 16V240ZJ/ZJA
DF4B, DF12: 16V240ZJB
DF4C: 16V240ZJC
DF4D, DF4DH: 16V240ZJD with 2940kW
DF4DK: 16V240ZJD/ZJE/ZJF with 2940kW or 3310kW (16V240ZJE)
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Chunxi Li


HXD3C weight is 138t (axle load 23t) or 150t (a. l. 25t)
tractive effort 520kN (138t) or 570kN (150t)
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Chunxi Li


SS8 speed is 170km/h (most, now all) or 150km/h (number 2001 and 2002 original)
DF11 speed is 170km/h (most) or 153km/h (plateau type)
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Mikhail Ter


DJ3 is with Japanese tech and is not TRAXX
and ALP-46 and ALP-46A are derivations of DB 101 and not TRAXX

SS8 speed is 170km/h (most, now all) or 150km/h (number 2001 and 2002 original)
DF11 speed is 170km/h (most) or 153km/h (plateau type)

This was corrected, thanks.

Tell me please more details of HXD3C differences - why they have different weight/gear?
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Chunxi Li


@ter HXD3C is a dual-service model and is used to haul normal-speed passenger trains and mainline freight. A standard HXD3C model is 138t. If we use it to haul freight, we can put foundry weight on it and make it heavier so we can get stronger starting tractive effort.
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Mikhail Ter


@grels Ok, got it! HXD3C has been updated.
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Chunxi Li


In 1999 CSR Ziyang built two passenger locos also called DF4C. They have an A1A-A1A wheel arrangement and capable to run at 160km/h.
In 2000 DLoco built DF11 3001 with 170km/h and 3820kW
DLoco has built DF8B 3000 series with 100km/h and 3820kW
CSR Ziyang has built DF8B 5672 with 120km/h and 4800kW, made it the most powerful single-engine diesel loco in the world (originally DF8DJ)
now it has been converted to an LNG loco and repainted
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hans.scherpenhuizen


The locomotive on this page is wrongly advertised as being 1067 mm gauge: https://trainspo.com/model/1889/
In effect, it is 1435 mm which is also seen on the relevant wikipedia source.
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Mikhail Ter


@hansscherpenhuizen profile has been updated, thanks.
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Chunxi Li


HXD1D is not EuroSprinter anymore. Only HXD1, 1B and 1C are.
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Chunxi Li


SS7C is 120km/h
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Mikhail Ter


@grels thanks for info, profiles have been updated.
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Marcin


Not exactly incorrect, but all of "@private-pl S200" class S200 engines belongs to ordinary railway operators.
https://trainspo.com/photo/55232/?li..class owner Kolprem
https://trainspo.com/photo/62480/?li..class owner Kolprem
https://trainspo.com/photo/60940/?li..class owner Kolprem

https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kolprem

https://trainspo.com/photo/96122/?li..class owner SKPL

https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stowar..lnych

Unfortunately sources are in Polish only, so you have to use google (or other) translators.
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Marcin


https://trainspo.com/photo/96210/?li..class - should be moved to PR EN63A class https://trainspo.com/class/9640/
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Marcin


And from my own collection: https://trainspo.com/photo/58350/ - should be KD 36WEa class emojione
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Mikhail Ter


@alienik all done 😃 thanks
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Marcin


https://trainspo.com/photo/98243/ - sent report and posted comment with info and link to wiki page, but vehicle is still marked unknown. Tell me what else do you require to ID it ?
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Marcin


https://trainspo.com/model/2359/ - Top speed of ELF family is 160 km/h, after correction you can move it from high-speed EMUs section.
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Mikhail Ter


@alienik ED72Ac has been added, 22WE has been corrected.
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hans.scherpenhuizen


I have identified the engine on this page: https://trainspo.com/model/2401/
It is in fact engine number 7535 of class Zs. I photographed it, complete with this number on the bufferbeam on 16.4.1994.
Gauge notation: 1000 mm.
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Mikhail Ter


@hansscherpenhuizen ok, corrected. Thanks!